Monaco Residency


Residency in Monaco brings several advantages:

  • Favourable tax system for Monaco Residents
  • Reside in Safe environment
  • Exceptional location with Nice International airport 30 minutes by car/10 minutes by helicopter
  • Mediterranean Climate
  • International environment
  • Company friendly
  • English widely spoken
  • The Cote d'Azur and Italy on the doorstep

How to apply for Monaco Residency

To get Monaco Residency there are particular requirements for each applicant to fulfil. The requirements for making an application for residency in Monaco are as follows:

    1. Establish a bank account in Monaco
    2. Each candidate (or couple) will need to deposit sufficient funds for the bank to then release the needed bank attestation (letter) to confirm that the account holder(s) has enough funds to support themselves whilst living in Monaco.( unless the candidate for residency has a valid work contract provided by a local Monaco business). The banks have varying requirements for this varying from EUR 100,000-EUR 1 million per candidate ( grownup).

An ever-increasing number of people are discovering the advantages of taking residence in the cosmopolitan Principality of Monaco on the Azur, in the heart of modern Europe. You will find a lot more details regarding relocating to Monaco and search terms such as 'monaco residency requirements' on the Relocation Monaco website.

Rent or buy a home in Monaco

If leasing the lease has to be for a minimum of 12 months and have sufficient bed rooms to accommodate the variety of persons using. For instance, in order for this to get Monaco residency, a couple should lease a one bedroom home a minimum of and for a family of four a minimum if two bed rooms. This lease is typically automatically at the end of each lease period.

Security check

Each candidate needs to provide a police certificate specifying that each adult candidate does not hold a criminal record in the country where they have actually lived during the previous 5 years. In Monaco an grownup is any one over the age of sixteen years of age for this purpose. This certificate must not be more than three months old at the time of application for the residency.

In addition, the following documents must be sent for each candidate when making an application for Monaco residency.

      1. Legitimate passport
      2. Birth certificate
      3. Marital relationship certificate(s)
      4. Any previous divorce certificate (or death certificate if the applicant has a partner who is deceased.)
      5. The Police certificate as above
      6. The registered lease for the Monaco house
      7. The new electrical power contract for the Monaco apartment
      8. The official Monaco residency application forms completed and properly signed
      9. Health report for applicants of 70 years and over

To finish the Monaco residency procedure, an official residency interview will be organized during which all the needed documents are sent. Following this the Monaco residency application will certainly be processed and authorized. This will certainly take around 8 weeks for EU passport holders and sixteen - twenty weeks for non EU passport holders as they need to first obtain a unique Visa from the French Embassy in their country of residence which once authorized and issued (up to sixteen weeks) will then allow the applicant to finish the Monaco procedures within three-four weeks, when the residency card will be issued also referred to as the Carte de Sejour).

The requirements for obtaining Monaco residency are reasonably uncomplicated and as long as the candidate can offer all the needed documents, then there is no general reason why the candidate should not be given Monaco Residency and get theirs Monaco resident's card.

The first Monaco residency card will be issued for a duration of twelve months after which this card have to be renewed. The card is called a Monaco carte de resident temporaire and is restored each year for the first 3 years. In then 4th year of constant Monaco residency the holder then will certainly be issued with a 3 year card, referred to as the Monaco Carte de resident ordinaire. These cards are valid for 3 years and should be restored at expiry. In year 10, the holder of a Monaco residency may get a carte Privilege which is provided at the discretion of the Monaco authorities. This is not automatically given and if not granted the applicant will certainly continue to get the 3 year Monaco local's card.

The expense of getting residency in Monaco truly lies in the expense of leasing an home added to the general expense of living in Monaco. Unlike other nations providing residency programs, making an application for residency in Monaco does not require the applicant to "invest" a specified amount of cash in Monaco nor is it mandatory to buy a building as a rental is sufficient.

It is a extremely favourable location to become a citizen and enjoy the many advantages which becoming a local of Monaco affords.